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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by RiverDog, Jun 18, 2014.
Feast your ears!
I just got the demo from EH in my e-mail. I don't think I've seen ANYTHING this COOL in years!!!
I must have one! I've been putting away a little bit for just such a guitar rainy day!
Wow! Some of those settings sound spot-on to my ears. I'd love one of these
Damn!! I thought I'd got the ultimate in rotary sim pedals when I got my Mini Vent and few months ago! Now I feel the need for one of these pedals as well.
Actually, it was realistic enough for me to think that having one of these pedals would almost eliminate the need for a keyboard player for my next album! All I need to do is remember not to bend the strings when playing a solo run!
Any price info yet?
I think I saw $293.73 list.
Wow. Holy crap, that is too cool! This is truly something new (for electric guitarists, anyway).
Pretty cool, may have to pick a used one up after they have been out a while.
Now that is a cool pedal...I can get some similar sounds with my Micro Pog...nothing as lush or complex. Good job EHX!
Man...I want this just to see what the key players I play with will say. Hmmm
According to a post on another site it will be two fiddy. Guess we gotta wait for the official announcement to be sure, though.
that's fantastic... wow...
ehx has really been pumping out the goods lately...
I should not have watched that demo... THAT IS SO COOL!!! Now I've got GAS again. Real bad.
Next I need a Hammond Novachord in a pedal:
Tell me about it, that plus my looper pedals, EHX 2ube pedal plus wet/dry amps can keep me engaged for rest of my life. I WANT, BADLY. When compressed YouTube demo sounds that good I can imagine what real life will sound like.
When they did John Lord sound I was like H*** Crap.
GAS attack! So so cool.
The way it handles chords is really impressive.
Nice demo and a great little box, but as with so many of these things, it is still in the fingers. That guy could really play and he had the discipline to play without any of the normal guitar inflection techniques like bending. Essentially it would require a classical guitar technique to really sound its best.
Having said that, my conclusion is: cool!